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Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield

born on 6/10/1966 in Syosset, NY, United States

Links www.markwhitfield.com (English)

Mark Whitfield

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Mark Whitfield (born October 6, 1966) is an American jazz guitarist.

Life and career

Whitfield was born in Lindenhurst, New York. He is probably better known for his recordings as bandleader for both the Verve and Warner Bros. Records record labels. He has worked with Jack McDuff, Jimmy Smith, Courtney Pine and Nicholas Payton, Chris Botti, among others.[1]

In 2000, Whitfield released an instructional guitar video titled Mark Whitfield: Star Licks Master Sessions,[2] for Star Licks Productions.

On December 21, 2012 Mark played live with the Dave Matthews Band on two of their songs, "Mercy" and "Crash Into Me", at a concert at the Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, New York. He recently also reprised his accompaniment on two occasions during the 2013 summer tour again with "Mercy" (June 8, 2013; Hartford, CT) and with "If Only" and "Crash Into Me" (July 13, 2013; Hershey, PA).

Discography

Studio Albums

  • The Marksman (Warner Bros., 1990)
  • Patrice (Warner Bros., 1991)
  • Mark Whitfield (Warner Bros., 1993)
  • True Blue (Verve/Polygram, 1994)
  • 7th Ave. Stroll (Verve/Polygram, 1995)
  • Forever Love (Verve/Polygram, 1997)
  • Take the Ride (Universal, 1999)
  • The Jazz Channel Presents Mark Whitfield & JK (Soul Conversation) (Transparent, 2000)
  • Raw (Transparent, 2000)
  • Mark Whitfield Featuring Panther (Dirty Soap, 2005)
  • Songs of Wonder (Marksman, 2009)[3]
  • Grace (Marksman Productions, 2016)

With Jimmy Smith

  • Damn! (Verve, 1995)

With Cedar Walton

  • Roots (Astor Place, 1997)

References

  1. ^ Yanow, Scott. "Mark Whitfield Biography". Allmusic. Retrieved 2007-06-23. 
  2. ^ "Showtimes, reviews, trailers, news and more - MSN Movies". msn.com. 
  3. ^ "Mark Whitfield | Album Discography | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 8 October 2016. 
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